After picking up a sweep in Atlanta over the Braves, the Blue Jays kept the good times rolling in Dunedin by taking two of three over the Phillies.
Before Sunday’s rubber match against the Phillies, general manager Ross Atkins had a media availability in which he provided injury updates on George Springer, Thomas Hatch, and Nate Pearson while also talking about a handful of prospects in the system who are on the team’s radar.
Nick Allgeyer is the newest guy to join the Blue Jays game of pitcher musical chairs.
Fresh off a three-game sweep over the Braves in Atlanta, the Blue Jays will return to Dunedin to face the Philadelphia Phillies. Let’s hope the team can follow up their 1992-esque pounding of the Braves with a 1993-esque pounding of the Phillies.
Hyun Jin Ryu tossed a gem and Teoscar Hernandez hit two homers as the Blue Jays won yet another game over the Atlanta Braves.
Vladdy breaks out of his slump, Nate Pearson goes back to Triple-A, Oakland relocation talk, and more!
Quite a bit happened yesterday so let’s go through all of it…
After earning a split in Oakland, the Blue Jays rolled into Houston and dropped two of three against the Astros.
Marcus Semien just had a nice homecoming in Oakland in which the team honoured him with a touching video tribute. This would have been George Springer’s triumphant return to Houston, but he’ll have to wait until next season for his video tribute and ovation from Astros fans as he’s back on the Injured List.
There was a lot to talk about after the Blue Jays’ four-game set out west in Oakland.
Alek Manoah’s last professional game came in August of 2019 for the Rookie League Vancouver Canadians.
I guess it wasn’t about fatigue after all. Shocking!